Is it true that electric vehicles do not contribute to the greenhouse effect?

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Is it true that electric vehicles do not contribute to the greenhouse effect?

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Not necessarily. If the vehicle charges its battery from a source of electricity that depends on the burning of fossil fuels, then the greenhouse gas emissions are displaced from the vehicle to the power station. The manufacture of any type of vehicle requires the use of energy so the total carbon footprint is dependent not only on the operation but the materials etc from which it is made.

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Mark Towers

I think we all should use electric vehicles because they are more ecological. We are the generation which should think of our planet or we will die. Personally, I am going to buy one of the Electric Bikes and now I do my best to learn this issue and buy a good one. I haven’t known that there is such a wide range of goods.

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